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Mola vs Broncolor Beauty Dish

 
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Dec 20, 2013 20:49 |  #1

I'm trying to decide between the Mola setti and Broncolor beauty dish.
Has anyone used both of these and has their comparison of which one they decided to use and what not.

All contributions are welcome :)


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Dec 20, 2013 21:09 |  #2

I have the Mola Setti but not the Broncolor BD so I can't make a comparison between the two. But what I can tell you is that the Setti is a 28" BD and the Bron BD is 20.4". The closest Mola to that size is the Demi which is 22". Like the Bron BD, the Demi also comes in white or silver.

Personally, I'd pick the Mola over the Bron BD because of the unique shape of the Mola. The Bron BD looks like an ordinary, albeit oversized, reflector with a deflector to me, and this is coming from a Broncolor fan (I use Bron lights myself). ;)


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Dec 20, 2013 21:37 |  #3

PacAce wrote in post #16543767 (external link)
I have the Mola Setti but not the Broncolor BD so I can't make a comparison between the two. But what I can tell you is that the Setti is a 28" BD and the Bron BD is 20.4". The closest Mola to that size is the Demi which is 22". Like the Bron BD, the Demi also comes in white or silver.

Personally, I'd pick the Mola over the Bron BD because of the unique shape of the Mola. The Bron BD looks like an ordinary, albeit oversized, reflector with a deflector to me, and this is coming from a Broncolor fan (I use Bron lights myself). ;)

Oh my bad i meant the demi!
I keep hearing great things about the Mola's but never hear much about the Broncolor dish.
Thanks for that Leo :D


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